I have just completed a project to produce a new Theremin for Sonic Pi, using a new Time of Flight laser sensor breakout board with a Raspberry Pi 3. The performance is far superior to the previous version I did using an Ultrasound Sensor.
A full article giving details of the project with links to a video and all the software resources is available here.
A 16 channel sequencer which runs on Sonic Pi 3, which is controlled by a TouchOSC screen. You can find an article describing the project with links to a video and to the software here
I have just completed and published a second version of my Sonic Pi driven Glockenspiel
This version uses overhead hammers, and is more adaptable to work with a wider range of Glockenspiels. I set it up with a Plus Percussion PP1130 13 note Glockenspiel, which also has the facility to change certain notes so that it can play in C major, F major or G major. The article I have written contains constructional photos full circuit and software details and a link to a video of the working system.
Article is here
I have created a Sonic Pi controlled Glockenspiel which runs on a Raspberry Pi3. It is controlled by means of a series of solenoids with Lego hammers, and interfaces to the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins.
Full constructional details, plus software are contained in an article which can be found here.
New mark II version with overhead hammers is here
Listen to a specimen piece played by the Glockenspiel here
Development of a touch sensitive keyboard for use with Sonic Pi, using Adafruit’s MPR121 12 toiuch sensitive input board with OSC support added to the software.
Full article, with link to software is here.
Video of project in action is here.
Now released version 1.2 of my Player ?recorder for Sonic Pi 3 utilising a TouchOSC interface. This has expanded considerably since version 1, but as a result is now is not suitable for use on a Pi3. Also, as the program has increased in length it now needs to be run using the run_file command from a text file.(.rb)
Full details of the interface and usage are contained in a page here including a link to the code.
A project for a TouchOSC driven player /recorder for Sonic Pi, with the ability to record and playback pieces, and archive them to disk.
Full details of the project with access to the code and a video of the project in operation are here